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Hello fellow Emilia fans! I wanted to apologize for the severe lack of updates. I had somethings going on offline. I’m going to get this site back on track, and give it the love that it and Emilia deserve. I’ve started by giving it a fresh new look. I hope you all love it. The photo gallery and media archive also have new matching layouts. I will be working on getting caught up in the coming weeks. I’d also like to welcome my new co-web (and dear dear friend) Miss Faith. She will be helping out from time to time.







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“Yer chomoe anhaan. Jin ha Khalaan, shekh ma shieraki anni.”

That’s Dothraki, in case you were wondering. And it’s what “Game of Thrones” star Emilia Clarke had to say in her character Daenerys Targaryen’s native tongue Thursday morning after receiving word she had been nominated for a supporting actress Emmy in the drama category.

Apparently, it means “You do honor to me. This is for the Khal – my sun and stars.” But we were more interested in the 26-year-old Brit’s response to the news in English. If you are too, here’s what she had to say about the honor:

How did you hear the news?
It’s a ridiculous story — 6 a.m. rolls around and my alarm went off, and I definitely didn’t set it. So I was in this groggy daze, trying to find shoes to throw at whatever appliance was making that noise, and then I saw my phone. We’d been talking about the Emmy nominations over the last few days, but praying, wishing and hoping that David and Dan would get nominated for writing.

Why do you think your role resonated with the Academy?
I think probably my dragons did it. Maybe they were scared. No – I’m lucky enough to get to play a seriously strong woman who is going from strength to strength, and if you’re a woman who is empowered, maybe you like that.

How has Dany evolved?
Throughout the season she’s had an insane transformation from someone who barely even spoke and timidly did everything her brother said into a mother of dragons and a queen of armies and a killer of slave masters. She’s a very Joan of Arc-style character.

How do you take Dany seriously when surrounded by such fantastical elements?
It does come down solely to the writing. It’s so brilliant that it’s impossible not to take it very realistically and to see the realism in the writing. It’s so believable, it’s so real, that there’s not a moment that you’re thinking, ‘I’ve got three dragons in front of me and everyone’s killing everyone.”

What are your expectations for the award show itself?
I’m hoping we all get to hang out together and shout ‘Woo-hoo!’ when they announce our nomination.

There will probably be a few people there who got killed off last season, right?
I think there may be. We’ll be raising a bottle to them and their late souls on the show.

Are fans still overwhelmed by what happened with the red wedding?
Yes! People get really excited, and it’s an infectious energy. It’s lovely to see.

How are you going to top that?
I’ve just finished reading Season Four, and I genuinely didn’t think we could get better than Season Three. But I’m reading it with my jaw to the floor. Season Four is phenomenal. I’m going to go to Comic Con and people are literally going to have to run to cover my mouth so I don’t talk about it. As the show gets recognized more and as everyone gets more confident in themselves, I think it gets even better.

Do you know any of your fellow nominees?
Not personally, no. I know them all by my sincere admiration for them. I was like, ‘Oh my God, Maggie!’ I can’t believe my name is even within 16 miles of her.

Which show would you want to guest star on?
My very best friend ever, Rose Leslie, who plays Ygritte on the show, was on “Downton Abbey.” My Brit sort of says maybe that. One of the shows I would very much love to be a part of is “Mad Men” -– walking around that office. Or being a meth head in “Breaking Bad” –- that would be wicked. Then I’d really start seeing dragons.

Has Dany’s confidence bled over to your off-screen life?
I would like to say yes, but I think my British kind of sensibility takes over. Sitting at home, I do sometimes go, “What would Dany do?” Trying out that side of your personality is really wonderful. You don’t want to cross me on a date.

What would you be doing if you weren’t acting?
Something in music. Something creative. I do love singing. I wouldn’t say I’m any good, but I definitely love it – especially jazz singing.

If you could duet with Neil Patrick Harris during the show, what would you sing?
“The Way You Look Tonight.”

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Actress Emilia Clarke is best known for her role on HBO’s Game of Thrones as Daenerys Targaryen, Queen of the Andals and the Rhoynar and the First Men, Khaleesi of the Great Grass Sea, Princess of Dragonstone, Breaker of Chains, Mhysa, and Mother of Dragons. Now the actress can add Emmy nominee to her titles. EW chatted with the London-born actress on the phone this morning about the big news.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Congratulations on the nomination! How did you find out this morning?
Emilia Clarke: It’s genuinely the weirdest thing. 6 a.m. rolls around, and my alarm in the hotel went off, and I definitely didn’t set it — definitely, definitely. So I went into a frenzy, throwing everything I could at all of the electrical appliances in the room trying to make whatever noise was going on stop. Then I saw my phone and I was like, Ah! Oh my goodness, hopefully the show got nominated because I had a sleepless night praying Dan and David would get nominated for writing. Because I just think they deserve it so much. So it took a couple of phone calls for me to actually hear from my publicist that I myself was also nominated. [Laughs] And then I cried. [Laughs] It’s all quite too much to handle.

How are you feeling now?
For me, the nomination is literally the end of the line. It’s amazing. I’m so, so, so happy. I owe absolutely everything to HBO. I’m just happy that the show itself got recognized. It’s just wonderful.

The show, this season especially, features dramatic changes for its characters. Talk about Daenerys’ arc and where she is by the end of season 3.
Throughout the series, she literally started as a mute, terrified princess with a sort of vague idea that she should be on the throne. Three seasons in, and she is the mother of three fast-growing dragons and the queen of an army of over 10,000. I think it shows the power of what women can do. [Laughs] And hopefully by the end of the series, she’ll be stuck atop the Iron Throne. I’m still holding out for that.

What scene this season was most challenging or fun to film? Daenerys has some pretty badass moments.
Episode four, the getting of the army, the taking of the Unsullied army, was just as much fun to film as it was to watch. It took two days to film, and we had so many extras there. To turn around and shout in Valyrian was quite an empowering experience. Even after take 22, I was like, Yup. Still cool. I’m still shouting.

Was learning Valyrian easier than learning Dothraki?
It genuinely was, and I don’t think that’s just my weird actor brain because Valyrian is my mother tongue, so obviously it’d roll off the tongue a little easier. [Laughs] But it genuinely was an easier language to learn.

How did the new additions to the Queensguard affect your experience while filming?
It was actually wonderful. Filming the first scene where Ser Barristan Selmy reveals himself was quite a wonderful experience because for Dany, she’s that much closer to getting where she wants to be. And, of course, it provides a different dynamic with Ser Jorah. But on set, the more the merrier. Come be a part of the Khaleesi clan! [Laughs] Nathalie who plays Missandei is just glorious and wonderful. And Daario, Grey Worm, everyone! It was really fun season for getting to have new people, flesh blood.

Which is always good because people keep dying.
[Laughs] Yeah, gotta keep them coming in.

What’s next for you?
Well, I’m off to Comic-Con tomorrow. And we’ve actually started filming season 4. I’m very, very close to going over back to Europe to start season four.

Is there anything that you can say about season 4 that you’re excited for?
Oh my goodness, the whole thing. Genuinely — and I’m crossing my heart — reading season three scripts, I didn’t think we could get better. I just read season four and my jaw is to the fall. I’m like, How have you guys outdone yourselves even more? It’s quite a phenomenal scene coming up.

Are you already thinking about what you might wear for the big night?
I’m very fortunate to have an incredible stylist and publicist, who take care of me, so I have no doubt that whatever we come up with will be very cool. Any opportunity to get into fashion and find a beautiful dress, I’m very definitely excited about that. It puts a different spin on what dress I would wear this year. [Laughs]

Are there any other nominations that you were excited to see this morning?
It was the writing nominations. The more scripts that I read in my acting, the more I’m reminded of the genius that is David and Dan. I just think they are phenomenal, and I think the writing that they do is incredible. I’m so, so, so proud of them. And I got nominated with them. I’m happier for them more than myself. [Laughs]

In a statement following the interview, Clarke added, “Yer chomoe anhaan. Jin ha Khalaan, shekh ma shieraki anni.” For those not fluent in Dothraki, it translates to: “You do honor to me. This is for the Khal — my sun and stars.”

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The much anticipated Emmy nominations have come in and Emilia has been nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series. I am so thrilled for her much deserved nomination and crossing my fingers that she gets the win. This is Emilia’s first Emmy nomination. The show & other cast members also received nominations. You can see a list below.

Outstanding Makeup For A Single-Camera Series (Non-Prosthetic) – 2013
Nominee
Game Of Thrones – Kissed By Fire
HBO
Bighead, Littlehead, Television 360, Startling Television and Generator Productions in association with HBO Entertainment
Paul Engelen, Department Head Makeup Artist; Melissa Lackersteen, Key Makeup Artist; Daniel Lawson Johnston, Makeup Artist; Martina Byrne, Makeup Artist

Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup For A Series, Miniseries, Movie Or A Special – 2013
Nominee
Game Of Thrones – Valar Dohaeris
HBO
Bighead, Littlehead, Television 360, Startling Television and Generator Productions in association with HBO Entertainment
Paul Engelen, Department Head Makeup Artist; Conor O’Sullivan, Special Makeup Effects Department Head; Rob Trenton, Special Makeup Effects Artist

Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama Series – 2013
Nominee
Peter Dinklage, as Tyrion Lannister
Game Of Thrones
HBO
Bighead, Littlehead, Television 360, Startling Television and Generator Productions in association with HBO Entertainment

Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series – 2013
Nominee
Emilia Clarke, as Daenerys Targaryen
Game Of Thrones
HBO
Bighead, Littlehead, Television 360, Startling Television and Generator Productions in association with HBO Entertainment

Outstanding Guest Actress In A Drama Series – 2013
Nominee
Diana Rigg, as Olenna Tyrell
Game Of Thrones
HBO
Bighead, Littlehead, Television 360, Startling Television and Generator Productions in association with HBO Entertainment

Outstanding Drama Series – 2013
Nominee
Game Of Thrones
HBO
Bighead, Littlehead, Television 360, Startling Television and Generator Productions in association with HBO Entertainment

Outstanding Sound Editing For A Series – 2013
Nominee
Game Of Thrones – And Now His Watch Is Ended
HBO
Bighead, Littlehead, Television 360, Startling Television and Generator Productions in association with HBO Entertainment
Tim Kimmel, Supervising Sound Editor; Paula Fairfield, Sound Editor; Jed M. Dodge, Supervising Dialogue Editor; Bradley C. Katona, Sound Effects Editor; David Klotz, Music Editor; Brett Voss, Foley Editor; Jeffrey Wilhoit, Foley Artist; James Moriana, Foley Artist

Outstanding Sound Mixing For A Comedy Or Drama Series (One Hour) – 2013
Nominee
Game Of Thrones – And Now His Watch Is Ended
HBO
Bighead, Littlehead, Television 360, Startling Television and Generator Productions in association with HBO Entertainment
Ronan Hill, C.A.S., Production Mixer; Onnalee Blank, C.A.S., Re-Recording Mixer; Mathew Waters, Re-Recording Mixer

Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series – 2013
Nominee
Game Of Thrones – The Rains Of Castamere
HBO
Bighead, Littlehead, Television 360, Startling Television and Generator Productions in association with HBO Entertainment
David Benioff, Written by; D.B. Weiss, Written by

Outstanding Special Visual Effects – 2013

Nominee
Game Of Thrones – Valar Dohaeris
HBO
Bighead, Littlehead, Television 360, Startling Television and Generator Productions in association with HBO Entertainment
Joe Bauer, Lead Visual Effects Supervisor; Jヤrn Grosshans, Visual Effects Supervisor; Doug Campbell, Visual Effects Supervisor; Steve Kullback, Lead Visual Effects Producer; Stuart Brisdon, Special Effects Supervisor; Sven Martin, Lead Animation Supervisor; Jabbar Raisani, Visual Effects Plate Supervisor; Tobias Mannewitz, Visual Effects Concept Designer; Adam Chazen, Visual Effects Coordinator

Outstanding Art Direction For A Single-Camera Series – 2013
Nominee
Game Of Thrones – Valar Dohaeris
HBO
Bighead, Littlehead, Television 360, Startling Television and Generator Productions in association with HBO Entertainment
Gemma Jackson, Production Designer; Andy Thomson, Art Director; Robert Cameron, Set Decorator

Outstanding Casting For A Drama Series – 2013
Nominee
Game Of Thrones
HBO
Bighead, Littlehead, Television 360, Startling Television and Generator Productions in association with HBO Entertainment
Nina Gold, Casting Director; Robert Sterne, Casting Director

Outstanding Cinematography For A Single-camera Series – 2013
Nominee
Game Of Thrones – Mhysa
HBO
Bighead, Littlehead, Television 360, Startling Television and Generator Productions in association with HBO Entertainment
Rob McLachlan, Director of Photography

Outstanding Costumes For A Series – 2013
Nominee
Game Of Thrones – Walk Of Punishment
HBO
Bighead, Littlehead, Television 360, Startling Television and Generator Productions in association with HBO Entertainment
Michele Clapton, Costume Designer; Alexander Fordham, Assistant Costume Designer; Chloe Aubry, Assistant Costume Designer

Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing For A Drama Series – 2013
Nominee
Game Of Thrones – The Rains Of Castamere
HBO
Bighead, Littlehead, Television 360, Startling Television and Generator Productions in association with HBO Entertainment
Oral Ottey, Editor

Outstanding Hairstyling For A Single-Camera Series – 2013
Nominee
Game Of Thrones – Second Sons
HBO
Bighead, Littlehead, Television 360, Startling Television and Generator Productions in association with HBO Entertainment
Kevin Alexander, Department Head Hairstylist; Candice Banks, Hairstylist; Rosalia Culora, Hairstylist; Gary Machin, Hairstylist; Dana Kalder, Hairstylist

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